Thousands of fans turned out at Carlisle Racecourse to see superstar Jessie J perform a string of hits in the sunshine.
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Hundreds of supporters descended on Brunton Park over the weekend to see the new look Carlisle United take part in an open training session and family fun day.
It was a chance to grab autographs and meet new signings as well as enjoy a range of activities put on to make the community feel part of the club.
Ryan Dollard reports:
Carlisle United have confirmed another new signing.
Dan Hanford, a goalkeeper, has signed a one year deal at Brunton Park.
The 23-year-old has previously played for Hereford and Rochdale.
As hundreds of people turned out to celebrate the Carlisle United fun day, we spoke to a few aspiring footballers to see what they made of the day:
Hundreds of people were at Brunton Park over the weekend for the Carlisle United Family Fun Day.
It gave supporters the chance to meet the new look team, get autographs and pick up some tips ahead of the new season.
The day lifted the spirits of all involved after the disappointment of last season.
The team's first game of the new season will be against Luton Town on August 9.
Jools Holland has been in Carlisle as part of his summer tour.
He was joined at the Sands Centre by his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra, former Spice Girl Melanie C, Marc Almond, and Blues legend Ruby Turner.
The musician met with our reporter Matt Taylor before his gig on Friday, 11 July and spoke to him about his tour, his past in the North East and, of course, his thoughts on Carlisle.
You can see the full interview here:
Carlisle United manager Graham Kavanagh says his side are looking forward to the new season which starts on Saturday 9 August.
Carlisle United boss Graham Kavanagh says there's new belief at the club ahead of this season's kick off.
The Irishman was speaking as hundreds of people, of all ages, headed to Brunton Park this afternoon for the club's family fun day.
Carlisle United are staging an open training session to the public as part of a club 'fun day'.
Hundreds of people are expected at Brunton Park this afternoon for the event.
Carlisle United are opening their doors to the public just weeks before the new season kicks off. Hundreds of people are expected at Brunton Park between 11am and 3pm to meet the manager and the players and take part in various activities.
Carlisle Cathedral is to receive almost £200,000 in government funding for repairs and renovations.
The money will go towards fixing the south porch, which is the main entrance to the ancient building.
Well, earlier Pam spoke to Canon Michael Manley from the cathedral, and started by asking him what the problems are at the moment.